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to happen. but at the end of the day, the only options we have are to increase our own energy independence, put energy in a position where putin doesn't have access to the energy reserves and to the reknew that's he's had in the past. so whether this president does it or the next president does it, somebody has to do it. and i keep going back, shannon, you know, we survived jimmy carter, we're going to survive barack obama, but it will be incumbent on the next president to stop president obama. otherwise, neither will stop president putin. >> always good to see you. thanks so much. >> thank you, shannon. >>> the top democrat in the senate says the obamacare horror stories are live. that has some experiencing them first hand pretty fired up. >> i'm completely outraged. it's absolutely ridiculous. >> we're going debate the issue fair and balanced, of course, next. >>> another snowstorm spreading across the country gearing up to hit the east coast tonight. whether you want them or not, you need to know. [ female announcer ] a classic macaroni & cheese from stouffer's starts with freshly-made
[inaudible] and have a grand reopening late last year. bridget, your energy and spirit up lifts those around you. in fact, when i feel down, i drive by the shop and see her smile and feel a lot better. bridget, i want to say that you are just such a great example of the community, as a strong role model special for asparing woman of color that also hope some day they will start their own business. thank you for being here and sharing your energy, bridget. >> first of all i would like to say it is privilege to be here and honors for all the people that were up here before me. they have done so much for their communities. this is such a honor because usually when i dm to city hall i'm stressed out and dealing with taxes and stuff like that so this is the first time i have been here without being stressed out. i'm so thankful i grateful and want to give nob nab i would like to say that it wasn't spoken about my mom that she originally started a business and she is right there, i would like her to stand. the whole crew-i would like all them to stand, that is my sporelt team and friend a
, and then by 5:00 a.m. a little more energy rotating in here. 1:00 tomorrow afternoon, santa rosa, cloverdale, east bay, chance of isolated showers, and then we'll see things kind of back off a little bit by tomorrow evening. this is bringing us the rain chances today. will do so tomorrow, and then you can see this low will also continue to bring southern california the rain chances for tomorrow and then this little weak cold front, most of the energy will go to the north of us. that will give us a chance of isolated showers tomorrow. red carpet forecast. chance of showers. temperatures 61. overnight lows around the bay area in the 40s to low 50s. here's a look at the highs tomorrow with a chance of a few isolated showers. in the mid-to-low 60s. the seven-day forecast, chance of sures on monday. a break tuesday, more rain wednesday night and thursday. back to you. >> rick kiwanis for shu tonight talking hoops. >> march 1st, march madness is around the corner. arizona state and the defending park pac-12 champ ♪ turn around ♪ every now and then i get a little bit hungry ♪ ♪ and there's
and energy. with an infrastructure bank they would solicit money from the private sector and guarantee loans, it's a joint public private model used by many, smacking of socialism to republicans in congress. america continues to suffer because of a lack of leadership on the issue. the concept of that national infrastructure bank is not new, but proposals to create one are gauging traction among lawmakers. we are spoke to the think tank focussed on public policy, asking why is it a good idea to turn the idea into reality. >> we have invested for too long in infrastructure, and as a result we see tension between the need to expand the system to meet increased demand, growing population, trade. governors and state departments face a paradox of needing to invest in the old system to ensure it's in a state of good repair and making critical new investments to grow the economy and provide opportunities for the citizens. >> i guess the issue is if you don't have the money to start with you are not maintenance, you can't get your head around the new stuff. i guess the al-qaeda any is if you don't ha
enough water to take care of their need for the next 25 years. they not only have an energy problem and the pollution problem. they have a problem of fundamental shift in their society from an agrarian society to a society made up of cities of 20 or 30 or arty 5 million people. they are in a position where they have real problems. europe we want to see do well, but why are manufacturers coming from europe as well as china and the far east? gas is seven times cheaper here than it is there. we are going to be the epicenter of energy in north america throughout the first half of the 20th century. that's not a boast. it's a pure, natural fact. we have everything going for us. everything. we have the best education. our workers are three times as productive. that's not the kids they are bad. we are better. it's time we remind ourselves just how powerful we are politically, economically, and
because of the hard work of my students. i draw from thir energy. serving in the military has a level of distinction, but not until i walked into the classroom could i say i love what i do. every morning i get up and love what i do and have new ideas for my student and they lusk it back. it doesn't get better than this. thank you. >> okay, supervisor ye, you rup. supervisor wiener wanted to go last. >> [inaudible] [inaudible] bridget is a former board member of the ocean avenue association and the small business owner in district 7. she was borned and raised in san francisco and attended sacred heart but graduated from abraham lincoln high school which is where my older daughter graduated. there seem to be a theme as abraham lincoln high school [inaudible] she had the opportunity to work with a master stylist. she pursued a license in cause motology and continued her training at the pris teejs paul mitchell academy for styling. in 1992, she went into partnership andopebed her first salon in san francisco. can you believe when i heard she opened up [inaudible] what was she, 5
. not that you can't have vinyl windows that meet the energy efficiency standards and typically in new vinyl windows are better than that 10-20 years ago but you would have vinyl windows that last a couple years whereas wood bind -- windows and longevity are better. >> my last question is you are asking us to reverse your own staff's decision here and i am troubled by the implication that this is this complaint is in retaliation for dr. your staff took that into consideration when not imposing a penalty. so what's your view on that? are we encouraging these types of complaints in retaliation? >> i think that's a consideration for the board to make in the decision tonight. i certainly would understand that. we have to look objectively at whether or not something was in compliance or not. we received complaints that are anonymous of those which we know who the complainant was as to try to sift through what the modifications may have been are problematic and we have to follow our code requirements and exercising discretion along those lines at our level is problematic. >> but your staff perso
and offered general goals on taxes, trade, energy, and regulatory curves. pointing outl keep the upbeat economic outlook. >> let me jump in. we know congressional hearings on the budget again next week, including one wednesday with the finance committee chairman wyden. >> talking about breathing room for more -- he is new to the tax-writing panel. he has his own ideas about tax policy. again, it is a forum for airing ideas about the broader economy. you want be seeing the summit -- their democrats be doing own budget plan. the field the december agreement .ut the spending caps in place the republicans will do their own plan, which will contrast with the administration's blueprint. house republicans met and talked about alternatives to the health care law. next week, there is a bill scheduled. what about the bill and what is the current republican strategy? >> they obviously still object to obamacare. i think they have moved away from trying to repeal it. now they are going after individual pieces. the measure coming up next week has the same effect the bill the house passed has. it draw
. they don't have enough water to take care of their need for the next 25 years. they not only have an energy problem and the pollution problem. they have a problem of fundamental shift in their society from an agrarian society to a society made up of cities of 20 or 30 or 35 million people. they are in a position where they have real problems. europe, we want to see do well, but why are manufacturers coming from europe as well as china and the far east? energy, gas is seven times cheaper here than it is there. we are going to be the epicenter of energy in north america throughout the first half of the 20th century. that's not a boast. it's a pure, natural fact. we have everything going for us. everything. we have the best education. our workers are three times as productive. that's not because they are bad. we are better. it's time we remind ourselves just how powerful we are politically, economically, and militarily. use that power to generate the kind of education system, the kind of job opportunities, and the kind of opportunities that grow the rest of the world. there's not a leader in t
to grow the swedish energy giant was to double the size of this open cast mine. if all these morally right for its powerplant with the dirtiest in europe. local children call it the cloud making factory. it's one of the most polluting fossil fuels. it's supposed to be a thing of the past. germany gets nearly twenty five percent of that elektra city from solar and two brilliant goals eighty percent renewable spiked twenty fifty. the country burns more brown coal last year than in any time since the nineteen nineties the dirty downside if chancellor angela merkel's new clear phase out. more thahahan nine hundred villagers are at risk of being displaced. for some it's a feeling of history repeating itself. in this region thousands have been recycled after the second world war when the communist government's depended on brown coal to power its cities and factories. it makes me furious. just curious. but the government comes in and starts developing alternative sources of energy. now we come back to brown coal. i feel very disillusioned and we simply cannot go back until the practices of the pl
in california. when ordinary energy is put in the hands of extraordinary people, amazing things happen. the kind of things that drive us to do more, to go further, to be better. we're dedicated to being a company you can count on, because you've always been customers we believe in. your energy plus ours. together, there's no limit to what we can achieve. >>> we wanted to slow down and pause and dig down to what led to this point. it is in europe and they are all strong members of nato. the united nations has an obligation to protect them. let's go inside as well so we can understand the divisions there that are driving part of this. you get to the western part of the country. only 5% of these people speak russian. although to be clear, the center of this crisis 60% of the people speak russian. this plays out in the elections that have taken place in the crown t country. going back to 2010, his support in that eastern part of the country where they speak russian 50% of this vote was here. in the western part of the country the support bordering poland there. here 50-75% where kieve the capitol is
things for art. >> i don't put any energy into being a success. my strategy is to wait for something from heaven. >> i'm a guy who dug this. >> this is incredible. >> i had ideas for ages that i've never gotten to try. i want to create a stays that transforming. >> jeffrey join us from los angeles. the film's director and producer. jeffrey, good to have you with us. you followed him and he built these incredible artistic caves. he does it all by hand. he doesn't use power tools. he does it all by himself. >> he starts with a mountainside. there is a particular material that he can work in that has a combination of a malible i wil o it, and he can recognize this material. and he can see from the outside of the mountain the shape inside. and he starts digging in one direction and creates these cathedral like spaces over the course of months or years. >> one of the caves that he has finished has book shelves, doors and all sorts of details. how livable are the spaces? >> that one is the most livable of the caves that he's created. it is also wired for electricity and it has internal plumbing
for himself. he does things for art. >> i don't put any energy into being a success in the world. my strategy is to wait for something from heaven. >> hi, i'm the guy that dug the cave. >> i've had ideas for ages that i've never gotten to try. i want to create a space that's transformative. >> jeffrey, good to have you with us. >> thank you for having me. >> you follow raul paulette as he creates these caves, he does it all by himself. can you describe his work for people who haven't seen the film? >> well, he starts with a mountain side. there's a particular material that he can work in that has the combination of a malleablity to it and also a firmness so that it will keep its shape. and he can recognize this material. and he can see from the outside of the mountain the shape inside. and he starts digging in one direction and creates these cathedral hike spaces over the course of months or years. >> and one of the caves he has finished has bookshelves and doors and all sorts of details. how livable are the spaces? >> that one is the probably the most livable of the caves that he's created.
to see you be brave ♪ but with less energy, moodiness, and a low sex drive, i had to do something. i saw my doctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the only underarm low t treatment that can restore t levels to normal in about two weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer, worsening prostate symptoms, decreased sperm count, ankle, feet or body swelling, enlarged or painful breasts, problems breathing while sleeping and blood clots in the legs. common side effects include skin redness or irritation where applied, increased red blood cell count, headache, diarrhea, vomiting, and increase
that the current or naaqs provisions do? when you're dealing with regulation of energy usage, right? as opposed to emission of lead or -- >> well, the main thing now is significant energy fishs. -- efficiency. for example, different kinds of turbirnes and processes -- >> the same as for domestic, energy efficient light bulbs. >> i really don't think this is about light bulbs. mr. chief justice. >> no, but my point is that at the moment that is largely true. >> of course the e.p.a. is considering and scientists are trying to develop other technologies like carbon capture technology that. -- and that's the whole point of best available control technology, that as best -- better options come on line, it allows for that. that's how the statute is supposed to work. >> if you regulate -- i'm trying to understand the arguments in your brief. if you prevail on the first, in other words, greenhouse gases may be regulated with respect to sourced already subject to permitting, my understanding is it gets you to 80% of the greenhouse gases. >> that's correct. >> prevailing on the second gets you to 86%. >>
on the rest of the world. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> it is here that in the area of health, energy and new technologies new products are developed and new medicines are intensity and a on what grounds are found and those will change radly the people of the united states but also have people all over the world. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> and this is precisely we're so proud that more than 3 hundred french companies have chosen to settle down in san francisco. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> and we'll also particularly proud that a third of american investments in france come from this area. >> (speaking foreign language.) >> we have a historic ties that is true the french have attributed to the creation of city and other french folks create vineyard in this area and now more french meanwhile will settle down here for conversation in the district speeding i hope you'll forgive us for thinking why so many french people want to come and live here is because they think they're in france (laughter) >> (speaking foreign language.) >> we've got strong cultural diaz t
. the republicans are planning to roll out their own budget and offered general goals on taxes, trade, energy, and regulatory curves. democrats will keep pointing out the upbeat economic outlook. >> let me jump in. we know congressional hearings on the budget again next week, including one wednesday with the finance committee chairman ron wyden. >> talking about breathing room for more -- he is new to the tax-writing panel. he has his own ideas about tax policy. again, it is a forum for airing ideas about the broader economy. you want be seeing the summit -- senate democrats be doing their own budget plan. the field the december agreement put the spending caps in place. the republicans will do their own plan, which will contrast with the administration's blueprint. >> house republicans met and talked about alternatives to the health care law. next week, there is a bill scheduled. what about the bill and what is the current republican strategy? >> they obviously still object to obamacare. i think they have moved away from trying to repeal it. now they are going after individual pieces. the mea
stories when the cbs evening news continues. but not energy or even my mood. that's when i talked with my doctor. he gave me some blood tests... showed it was low t. that's it. it was a number. [ male announcer ] today, men with low t have androgel 1.62% testosterone gel. the #1 prescribed topical testosterone replacement therapy increases testosterone when used daily. women and children should avoid contact with application sites. discontinue androgel and call your doctor if you see unexpected signs of early puberty in a child, or signs in a woman, which may include changes in body hair or a large increase in acne, possibly due to accidental exposure. men with breast cancer or who have or might have prostate cancer, and women who are or may become pregnant or are breast-feeding, should not use androgel. serious side effects include worsening of an enlarged prostate, possible increased risk of prostate cancer, lower sperm count, swelling of ankles, feet, or body, enlarged or painful breasts, problems breathing during sleep, and blood clots in the legs. tell your doctor about your medical
in 2011 establishing a bank that leverages private funds for transportation, water and energy. with an infrastructure bank the federal government would identify big projects in the public interest visit mon from the private sector and guarantee the loan it's a joint public private model used by many countries around the world but smacks too much of the socialism to many republicans in congress. in the meantime american continues to sufferer because i've lack of leadership on this issue you. a concept of a national infrastructure bank isn't new but pro* proposals to create one are gaining traction among law makers, am see spoke with kevin from the center of american progress a progressive think tank focused on policy and asked why now is a good time to turn the idea in a reality. >> for far too long we have under invested in infrastructure and as a result of that, we see this tension between the need to expand our system to meet increased travel demand, growing population, increased international trade, and so governors and many state departments and transportation face a parad
of the energy that secretary clinton left on the battlefield, i think that she is so far ahead, more so than any front-runner in the history of democratic politics. >> because there is a huge block of particularly women who believe she was robbed. who -- you're shaking your head yes. it really doesn't just feel like -- >> i don't want to take all the credit for the 2000 primary but i will sea that joe biden would make an extraordinary president. it's why president obama picked him to be his vice president. but there is this lingering energy and maybe some animosity who feel this was secretary clinton's time and now they want to make it happen in 2016. >> extraordinary is really the right advice of words for abiden presidency. >> all joking aside, he has a very impressive resume. the experience that he would bring to the oval office would be unparalleled really with many modern presidents. >> let me move us back two years and talk about the mid-terms this november. want to show you first of all what we call the jenmaker ballot. 42% of registered voters said, 39% said democrats, on down the line t
're trying to get better every day and try to make a push. >> virginia students, lay off the 5-hour energy drinks, please. they had a reason to be all amped up, though. the cavs on a 20-7 run after the break. the orange was virginia orange. 75-56. they storm the court. tony bennett. he's so excited. >> thank god for this opportunity to have these kind of guys. here we are. but i really appreciate what this team stands for. i'm very thankful. >>> on to football, maryland had their first big practice today. nobody tore their acl. what happened to randy posse the last few years, catastrophic injuries to key players. they hit the practice field for the first of 15 spring deals. randy etzel hoping to build on that. >> i'm looking more for today as the communication for the talking that takes place before the snap. that was the thing i thought everybody did a pretty good job. the guys are hungry and excited. now we just gotta keep building on it tomorrow. >> caps and bruins. look at this. less than 2 minutes into the game. put this biscuit in the basket. that's his 800th career point. caps win t
of this publication saying [inaudible] contributed to [inaudible] energy and spirit both as mayor of saf and governor of california to a public movement producing the oakland bay bridge. [inaudible] resolve within the limitation of powers [inaudible] the san francisco oakland bay bridge be dedicated to james roth junior. the san francisco conical head lined this, san francisco bay bridge dedicated to routh memory [inaudible] this was in september 1934. the examiner, then the leading newspaper [inaudible] state authority takes formal action to take [inaudible] all this was reconformed on the 50 anversey of the bridge opening in 1986. [inaudible] we dedicated by the citizen of the california [inaudible] well within the life span of most people here in this room today. i would like to say my comments on this subject which you may have heard are not necessarily aimed insition to a person or organizations. i believe this [inaudible] thank you very much. we are going to start our black history month at this time and will come back to the end nob number at this time i would like to ask supervisor [ina
. we have sioux falls with a bit of this energy. the biggest storm has been across southern california and an incredible storm for them. largest in years. over this week, 4.35 inches in downtown los angeles. much more in san gabriel. 3.6 inches. that gives you an idea of how big this was for them. almost 15 inches in a year. we need the rain. they need more as well. heavy rainfall into arizona as well. about an inch of rain. you see the snow from around kansas through parts of the valley. this area of pink that i am most concerned about. freezing rain and a warm batch moving through southern missouri. you see another batch later this evening. get ready. this ohio river valley with cincinnati and lexington. some of the areas see about a half inch of ice. that will be big problems. arkansas as well. going through the south, the majority of the storm and philadelphia and d.c. likely seeing to eight inches. >> thanks for the heads up. >> in ukraine reaching dangerous new levels. sparking canada to withdraw the ambassador from moscow. the sovereigntyy and integrity have been violated. can t
on californians to reduce their water energy by 20 percent. the sf puc is asking can ustomers to voluntary reduce their water usage by 10 percent. the department is outlining actions to reduce the water and develop alternative sources of water. today i would like to ask puc and department of environment to address the topic. no. 1, the current water supply and projection for 2014 and 2015. and the plans how we will meet the puc's goal of a 10 percent usage reduction. no. 3, and overview of city water unl by the department. what are the departments doing in terms of consumption and conservation and who is doing well and not. no. 4, how are we protecting the water system, maintaining and updating and improving the water structure and guarding for fire and funding for immediate projects. no. 5, long-term planning. how are we planning for population growth. what are we doing to find sources water whether it be desaulization and i know puc grant was putting a proposal on hold and i would like to hear more about that. what are the departments doing to educate water customers, no. 6, to educate customer
to the from clean energy earned income tax credit that encourages lower income americans to work. >> what w really interesting was that we saw big banks and wall street come out against ththis tax bil tax bill that everyonenows is going nowher they wanto make it clear that they are defending their turf and nonliving a t toretical ground on this, making sure republicans know that they need to heed what wall street wants oror else there will be cut off from donations. >> end of this session on tax reform. was a nice effort. and one still worth h discussin. when we come bacack, our next gut saysys the u.s. is made serious mistakes post-9/11 and it is impacting the economy. stay tuned for her prescription on what needs to happen. welcome back k to our next andt isuthor xime ortiz editorial writer for the "washingto tim." she has writitten a ovococative book called "shock and awing of america." welcome to "washington business report." i think this book is really an interesting read on so many levels. would yoargue is we took the wrong lessons from 9/11, when we tried to shock and awe a rock in 2
scholls.com i'm a believer. but with less energy, moodiness, and a low sex drive, i had to do something. i saw my doctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the only underarm low t treatment that can restore t levels to normal in about two weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about all medical conditions and medications. serious side effects could include increased risk of prostate cancer, worsening prostate symptoms, decreased sperm count, ankle, feet or body swelling, enlarged or painful breasts, problems breathing while sleeping and blood clots in the legs. common side effects include skin redness or irritation where applied, increased red blood cell count, headache, diarrhea, vomiting, and increase
at his country 25 years ago and said we're on our knees because of oil and energy. he said we're going to use our natural gas exports to get europe dependent on us and use that as political leverage. we're going to export our oil and have money to rebuild our empire and he's done exactly that. >> you have seen and written and spoken a lot of diplomatic language when it comes to crises around the world with your experience with the defense department. when we hear leader after leader, president obama and just a little while ago defense secretary chuck hagel saying and i put this in quotes, deeply concerned. is that code for something? >> last week you had a u.s. secretary of defense say we're cutting the defense budget and not going to do the missions we've historically done. at the same time the russian defense minister said we are negotiating new naval bases around the world and fixing our cold war bases. >> what's interesting about your idea that you talked about the economics, what president reagan would do. it didn't focus on what is happening inside ukraine. they would decide thei
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know when inject energy you have to inject energy even if it's doesn't seem to be possible. this damage is the only thing we can get us out of this the price is going to college. and i think we have to keep the vision that drew them in school poets can get hold of this money the state. and tune into the goo with optimistic and i can have something somebody reflection of love t think it does have a great ride the train seats. you know it's in a muffled photography is not the most effective way to change the reality. when auntie would directly with twenty two symbolic we'll just this one is long gone and the green power. i think it's his choice will we the authors choose not to have the recall which was good just to smooth call. but there will come from somewhere. and if we stop to make people think it's a good beginning. stonewall is then in israeli cinema today. his love for me to this time around to the critics the unemployed. division two title is mine won't. i'm trying to stick to touch his time had come to an exposed nerve. grateful to graphics and multi core. he did it soon grew to
4 to almost again 1 in2 inches. when you have this energy at this time of year, severe weather is possible and it is today in eastern texas, parts of arkansas, mississippi, almost the entire state of louisiana. that would be large hail, damaging winds possible and isolated tornado and i mentioned cold because you got to have cold mixing with that warm to get that severe, well, the cold overnight lows you're seei ing there. ah, minneapolis, improvement in the workweek. new york city stays subnormal for sure. 10 is the morning temperature on tuesday. by, you know, starts to go up into the 20s but still this is pretty cold stuff. back to california here, though, as we dry out, just a few lingering showers today. los angeles goes to 62. sacramento, 64. that drying out here is not so much in the pacific northwest, you see a few of those showers but oscar sunday itself, looking pretty good. i don't think a whole lot of folks will have problems on the red carpet. temperature will be 62. wins won't be all that bad. just to give you an idea of what's happening here. we'll be tracking th
: there's something positive being generated in california. when ordinary energy is put in the hands of extraordinary people, amazing things happen. the kind of things that drive us to do more, to go further, to be better. we're dedicated to being a company you can count on, because you've always been customers we believe in. your energy plus ours. together, there's no limit to what we can achieve. >>> joining me now, senator dick durbin, the number two democrat in the senate and member of the foreign relations committee, and senator lindsey graham, republican from south carolina. he sits on the senate armed services committee. gentlemen, thank you both for joining me today. i'm kind of tempted to say ukraine, go, and see what comes out because this is an ever-changing situation. let me try to channel this and say to you, senator graham, the president has come out and spoken very forcefully on friday about consequences. the u.s. has made it clear that it disapproves of what russia has done. you've been tweeting about strong statements. what more do you want from president obama at th
their leverage on gas and energy. don't believe that's exactly true. they still have that. so, yes, that would be something that would be a little bit embarrassing to putin along the way. they ought to start that process now. they ought to be very aggressive about it. you have russian troops in the crimea. that's a serious problem. it's a serious problem for the stability of the ukraine and i argue other parts of europe. so we have to be aggressive now. and those are the kind after gresive things that can you do to doesn't vaf the u.s. navy. >> if the president fails to move aggressively as you would have him do, should congress move on its own to start to impose these sanctions? >> i think we should. i think we're obligated to do that and we ought to -- we should put packages together that ramp it up. if you recall, all of the sanctions that happened on iran happened in congress. the president acquiesced. i think congress is going to have to play a very important role in this if we believe it's important to tone down the military options of civil war in the ukraine. >> finally, looking at pre
of the few times when the sort of angry populous energy happens to be the right side of an issue. i can't see what's in it for the republiccns in the long term, other than a few extra bucks from the chamr of congress guys. >> and if you know tea party republicans in the house are the more consecutive republicans in the house don't view that as their base, their constituents. after 2010, we learned a lot of the money came from these kind of grassroot organizations and smallerer, not the wall street types they don't see that as the base there. >> and, without, you know, aski asking, not too far into the crystaball, there any sense that the republican party is changing, embracing the middle class, focusing on small business rather than being drawn to the money that flows from u.s. multinationals? >> you hear this from people like ted cruz. rand paul is actually pretty good at unctioning thabig business isn'tour friend if you belie in big markets. on things like wage stagnation, something that republicans don't want to talkbout but it's real issue to be dealt with. so, i think the republic
.s. with the department of energy contract three times in the 1960's. well i could not get any information declassified what otto ambros was doing and his program but neither could president ronald reagan. i thought otto ambros had to come to the united states as a convicted nazi war criminal so i freedom of information act request about his travel who he came here and who he was sponsored by and that was lost or classified. it probably is not. but i bet some curious journalists in the future will. [applause] [inaudible conversations] . . both programs re-air on booktv this sunday starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern and are available to watch any time on line it booktv.org. >> what we are told both the students and as a nation in terms of popular imagination is that there's all kinds of sit-ins and marches and demonstrations that occurred but they are really done by these famous iconic people. basically as rosa parks who just was so tired as she refused to get up from the bus in montgomery alabama and sparked the bus boycott and basically a young preacher who the president referred to during the election as
they can do now would it be saying since when are they reconsider and energy union nations that though russia. it's a very difficult position. europe is good now. again that's the question seems like brussels is very intent on keeping those diplomatic channels open but will a diplomatic solution but at this point. wedding day old coffee to brew a m this is actually a demo cd of crisis funny since then a cold war but i'm still in arkansas get them at the tennis and the noble almost two years that's all the desolate in the deep end tendon that the independence that so many that some in attendance that they have to be steady flight somewhat pga golfer than a tool rash that causes a bit down on the big established relations and also head of state's out like some random activists in close contact with the neatest in russian soul. then still the hope that this could in principle to lady ashton though the high representative is going to kiev. i can just thank you so much for that report from brussels. and moving on to alexandre fun nam well we had some interesting developments he had seen an
it is there. we are going to be the epicenter of energy in north america throughout the first half of the 20th century. that's not a boast. it's a pure, natural fact. we have everything going for us. everything. we have the best education. our workers are three times as productive. that's not the kids they are bad. we are better. it's time we remind ourselves just how powerful we are politically, economically, and militarily. use that power to generate the kind of education system, the kind of job opportunities, and the kind of opportunities that grow the rest of the world. there's not a leader in the world who wouldn't trade positions with the united states. listen to maury povich say, woe is me. come on. i have a simple closing comment. get up. get up and get out and win in 2014. talk about what we value. get up. [applause] [applause] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2014] [applause] [applause] tom harkin is the author of the senate will to raise minimum wage. he is our guest on newsmakers. here's a preview of what he
of it consisted of paintings of pretty women doing things that didn't require much energy like at my hearing aid of were standing in a garden. they never sweat. they didn't quite seem real and along comes rockwell with his humorous tableaux about everyday life about boys playing pokey from school and running away trying not to get caught. there had been nothing quite as humorous and as a down-to-earth because magazine covers if you think about it now and then were always sort of about the life he wanted to have. they are supposed to be glamorous and aberrational. it's like you will look like this, your skin will become clear in your hair will look better. in nearly 20th century magazines also appealed to america's aspirations. but with rock while he wasn't thinking the life he wanted to have such a life people already had. people usually were not gorgeous and through, they were never gorgeous. they were ordinary looking into such such a see them on the covf magazines was in itself a surprise. so he was an illustrator, he distinguished himself during the second world war when he painted the freed
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quickly, you can see how fast when people are going to show up and what attitude energy. going to bring and their >> the idea of shared values. next week, we actually have a piece about how this company had to hire a lot. has a really strong culture which makes it much easier. let's go to the last question. >> people who come to our website who immediately leave. i'm trying to understand what is the behavior behind that. what are we missing that's not allowing them to continue to engage on our website? >> all right. tania. >> sure, if somebody has come to your site whether it's by a search or a link. that has drawn them to find more content. they're a riving on their site and they're not getting it. the first thing you need to understand what is it that brought them to the site. how can you make sure you position that content front and center. generally, people will arrive, if they don't immediately find what their looking for. then they'll turn away. that's exactly what's happening. two, avoiding the home office deduction. there's no reason not to take it. if you do qualify, you can ri
providing more energy to europe. europe depends on russian gas. putin is banking on that, that europe won't act in this situation. we could start in the long term changing that energy balance. getting more american gas to europe. >> mr. ambassador, where can the west find leverage over russia? the u.s. needs to work with them. it's not an isolated incident. we have syria we have iran. david is just talking about the major economic and energy ties there with europe. so where does the leverage come from? >> i think we should not overstate the problems of pushing back very hard against the russians. the russians, yes, they are trying to be somewhat helpful in our conversations with iran. and we need them to do something on syria, but they've not been key to either of these. certainly not on the iran side. we can deal with the iran negotiations on nuclear, without the russians. so i don't think we should be constrained by other issues to a great degree. and pushinging back very hard against this russian aggression. >> david, do you get the sense that president putin wants to actually claim cr
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to extract oil and energy. i mean, do you know how much energy would be extracted in america right now by intrup nears -- entrepreneurs if the government just allowed them to do so? right? the freedom to do that. and freedom was, said reagan, not just the exclusive domain of americans, it is one of the deepest and noblest aspirations of the human spirit. conservatives need to be freedom fighters, they need to be the keepers of the flame of liberty. as he saw it. all right. second principle -- you getting these down, right? first one? if you get only the first one, one out of 11, that's less than 10 %, so that's an f. second one, faith. so consistent with reagan you have constantly conservatives today talk freedom, freedom, freedom, freedom. but what reagan understood and what conservativism is really about is freedom needs faith. one is feint on the other. -- dependent on the other. faith is the moral rudder to freedom. if you don't have -- if you have freedom, freedom without faith can be just license. it can be vice. and not virtue. it can be las vegas ask not the city of god. and fr
, i am going to be around energy that falls into the life too short category, you do not say yes. i did not see this as the life too short category. i saw this as a way to get over a lot of fears that i had, and i did. and it was the sweetest, sweetest time i have had in a long time. i will never have this experience again. i know that. nor am i looking for it. but i want to fight for something that is different and challenging, and asks the most of me. and i thought i did that before, but i realized i never took this to this degree. it taught me a lot about myself i did not know existed. the person who went into this was not the person who came out the other end. >> films are defined by the vision of a director. the next four nominees offer unique perspective on life. david o. russell's "american hustle" is of con artists involved with political corruption. it has received 10 nominations. alexander payne's film is a triumph of life and the importance of relationships. martin scorsese returns with his black comedy, "the wolf of wall street." this is a vicious romp through the greed
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